“Sinhabahu” in Adelaide for Roshan Mahanama Trust

A NOTICE ciruclated by ASLA and Nayan Perera in Adelaide, August 2023

Dear Friends,

Adelaide Lakhanda with the Nalanda Old Boys Association of South Australia & Sri Lanka Cricket South Australia is excited to invite you to a meaningful event with an entertaining and purposeful evening. On 26th August, at the Regal Theatre Kensington, we will be screening the movie “Sinhabahu” for a noble cause.



As you may already know, the Roshan Mahanama Trust is a dedicated organisation working tirelessly to empower underprivileged children in Sri Lanka. We firmly believe that every child deserves a chance at a bright future, and this belief fuels our efforts to provide them with a solid educational foundation, a healthy lifestyle, and a safe environment.

The “WE PROMISE” philosophy, initiated by the visionary Roshan Mahanama, forms the mission’s core. It represents the solemn pledge to serve our motherland with compassion, responsibility, and consistency, ensuring that our impact extends beyond a single act of giving. By supporting this screening of “Sinhabahu,” you too can be a part of this heartfelt promise and make a lasting difference in the lives of these children.

Event Details:

Movie: Sinhabahu (with English subtitles)

Date: 26th August

Time: 6.30pm onwards

Venue: The Regal Theatre, 275 Kensington Road, Kensington, SA 5068

Tickets: https://www.trybooking.com/CJYXK

All proceeds from this memorable movie screening will be donated to the Roshan Mahanama Trust. By purchasing a ticket, you are directly contributing to the betterment of these underprivileged children and enabling them to chase their dreams. To secure your seat and show your support, please purchase tickets at https://www.trybooking.com/CJYXK.

We encourage you to join us in this meaningful event with your family and friends.

For more information about the Roshan Mahanama Trust and its noble cause, please visit the official website at https://roshanmahanamatrust.com.

You can listen to a special message from Roshan Mahanama by visiting the following link: …. https://youtu.be/9jdExbXItaI?si=rmQ9o7ceeXHPXS9r

Thank you for your unwavering support and for participating in this impactful journey. Together, we can create a brighter and more promising future for underprivileged children in Sri Lanka.

We are looking forward to your gracious presence at the event.

Kind Regards, Nayan

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